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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
210 PM CST MON FEB 8 2016

BLIZZARD CONDITIONS CONTINUE THIS AFTERNOON ROADS EXPERIENCING
WHITEOUTS OVER SOUTHWESTERN AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA. AREAS OF
BLOWING SNOW ARE ALSO ONGOING OVER MUCH OF CENTRAL THROUGH
SOUTHEAST MINNESOTA. THESE TRAVEL HAZARDS WILL PERSIST INTO THE
EARLY AFTERNOON HOURS THEN CONDITIONS WILL GRADUALLY IMPROVE AS
SNOW ENDS FROM WEST TO EAST ACROSS THE STATE AND WINDS SLOWLY
DIMINISH.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL MOVE IN FROM THE NORTHWEST TONIGHT
INTO TOMORROW...LEADING TO GRADUAL CLEARING SKIES BUT WITH
CONTINUED COLD TEMPERATURES. THE COLD AIR WILL THEN REMAIN IN
PLACE THROUGH THE REST OF THE WEEK AS WILL PRECIPITATION-FREE
WEATHER. HIGHS WILL GENERALLY RUN IN THE SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS
WHILE LOWS WILL RUN BELOW ZERO THROUGH MIDWEEK THEN SLOWLY RISE TO
ABOVE THE ZERO DEGREE MARK.


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